Courses Receiving QM Certification – Spring Semester 2018

The following courses received QM Certification during Spring Semester 2018.

Please congratulate these faculty course developers for their commitment to creating courses that demonstrate quality course design principles.

Quality Matters LogoThese courses have been formally reviewed using the official Quality Matters course review process and meet Quality Matters Standards for course design.  QM certified courses are listed in QM’s national database of certified courses and each faculty member has been given a QM seal to display with the online or blended course.

Century College

STSC 1021 College Success Strategies     Faculty/ Course Developer: Cris Davis
STSC 1021 College Success Strategies     Faculty/ Course Developer: Stacey Wollschlager

Hennepin Technical College

ECON2200 Principles of Microeconomics     Faculty/ Course Developer: Scott Sandok

Minnesota State University, Mankato

HP 435 Planning Sport Facilities     Faculty/ Course Developer: Jon Lim
FCS 401 Family Life Development     Faculty/ Course Developer: Daniel Moen
KSP 639 Educational Technology Leadership    Faculty/ Course Developer: Vicky Cai

Minnesota State University, Moorhead

NURS301 Transitions     Faculty/ Course Developer: Rebecca Rudel
NURS342 Nursing Care of Diverse Populations     Faculty/ Course Developer: Rebecca Rudel

Normandale Community College

Math 2510 Calculus 3     Faculty/ Course Developer: Xiaosheng Li

Ridgewater College

CMST 223 Listening     Faculty/ Course Developer: Julie Bredeson

South Central College

OTEC 1840 Microsoft PowerPoint     Faculty/ Course Developer: Becky Miller
PSYC110 Lifespan Psychology     Faculty/ Course Developer: Jane Greathouse

University of Minnesota

NURS7400 Health Policy Leadership (Blended Course)     Faculty/ Course Developer: Mary Cheney

Winona State University

MUS110 Introduction to Jazz     Faculty/ Course Developer: Rich MacDonald


 

View the list of all courses that have met QM Standards within the Colleges and Universities of Minnesota State & University of Minnesota.

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